Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – September 6, 2018
I do very much like my space in the company, my coworkers, my job. It's the way things are handled and the politics and the drama of management that is very unprofessional. The way I've seen some people get treated so unfairly as just besides me. How do I something I would feel proud about being a part of.
Good hours good benefits
Could be paid more could be recognized better convene last micromanaged and treated on adult level
Nurse (Former Employee) – New York – November 11, 2018
If you take pride in your work, and you’re somebody who respects people-you’ll get walked on by management. Great providers,some great fellow nurses, and good benefits, but other than that you’ll end up sacrificing your mental health and sanity if you work here. You may be asked to float to multiple centers, sometimes not knowing until you get to your own center or sometimes even spur of the moment during half the workday...depends on who you are though. Some nurses get to refuse and get away with it. New quality measures you’ll have to complete are added almost on a weekly basis-if you don’t care about why the patient is really coming into the office, than this might be the job for you. You’ll be able to ignore everything the patient is saying and ask them about twenty different questions that have absolutely nothing to do with why they are there. A lot of the nursing roles are not needed, half the time it’s the LPNs left to run the office, especially after 4:30. Oh, and if there’s someone new to train, you get to train them with no compensation! Plus, if the person you’re training isn’t working out and is putting staff and patients in harms way...it might take over a year for management to let them go because your multiple incident reports won’t be good enough. You might see some nurses come and go at whatever time they please, again...it depends on who you are. All together, if you’re just looking for a job that pays decent and has good benefits-this is it. If you want a job that will allow you to have a life after and outside of work, actually take care and really listenmore... to patients, have equality between other staff and have management that truly cares...KEEP LOOKING.less
Revenue Cycle Specialist (Current Employee) – Queensbury, NY – January 5, 2018
Management is very poor at the administration office. Management needs more training. They need to treat everyone the same and not single out certain people. Some people are ignored until the management needs their knowledge, then they are nice, then go back to ignoring the employee.
Cut-throat place to work. Watch your back for knives from management!
Lead RN (Former Employee) – Queensbury, NY – December 27, 2017
The staff is cut-throat and intimidated by anyone that has an independent thought. The nursing department management at WMHS2 pretends to care but then reveals personal information to the rest of the staff. Too many cliques within their PODs to make any new staff feel welcome. GOOD LUCK if you go there and be careful you can’t trust anyone there!!!
Referral Specialist (Current Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – August 6, 2017
I start working at 8:00am to 4:30pm. Scheduling appointments, answering phone calls checking emails. I have learned may different types of things. How to obtain authorizations through insurance companies. Hardest part of my job is to not take patient care home with me in my head. I have enjoyed my time at Hudson Headwaters.
Front Office Receptionist (Former Employee) – Queensbury, NY – May 11, 2017
Management does not care about their employees, specifically the admin management. That only care about the bottom line. By far, the worst management I have ever worked for. My co-workers were friendly but were so unhappy with working there it was constant negative talk. They do not care how good of work you do. They nit pick your job performance, nothing is ever good enough. I think the organization as a whole is growing with great providers and services but you also need to make your employees happy. I'd rate this employer a negative zero if I could. Admin job seekers take warning!
Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Queensbury, NY – March 1, 2017
A typical day at work was fun and busy. I learned a lot at Hudson Headwaters as it was my first medical office job in the career I chose. Unfortunately, management at Hudson Headwaters was often difficult to work with. The hardest part of the job was working with direct management for personal needs. The most enjoyable part of the job was having direct patient contact and making their day brighter!
Co-workers great, otherwise alot left to be desired.
Various Positions (Current Employee) – Queensbury, NY – February 13, 2016
Management is out of touch with staff. All that matters is the bottom line. No room for promotion for hard workers, just those that suck up to management and do the bare minimum. Alot of good people st the organization, it's really too bad that the work culture is so horrible.
Terrible management at the West Mountain office. The nurse manager at this office is terrible....was never even in the office so she had no idea about anything that was going on there.....when she was there, all she did was work on the schedule, but had no clue about anything nurse-related. She showed major favoritism & was always in a bad mood!! Worst boss I've ever had! Most of the time she was too busy flirting with the guy in the purchasing department to care about her job as the nurse manager! She never checked in with any of her employees to see how they were doing or if they needed help & I think her face would have cracked if she ever smiled!! No thanks, I'll pass!!
admin (Former Employee) – Carey Rd – August 18, 2014
Ins insurance is great, pay is so-so. Management is all in who you are related to. Personally would have never left my previous employer for this place but it wasn't awful. Again, the admin office managers are horrible. Spread confidential information.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – glens falls, ny – September 4, 2012
hard work, strenuous on back and eyes. i worked all three shifts during the course of my two years at cr bard. good benefits but you needed them because your body takes a beating because of the work that you do.